C. P. Holsinger
Some of C. P.'s Work
Beyond the Horizon - Wars are raging across the globe. America is weakened and fragmented. Texas and California have seceded. The newly formed republics of Texas and California are struggling, and Arizona is alone with a hostile nation beating on her southern door. The president is dead and his successor is a corrupt tyrant committed to his own agendathe propagation of Islam and the extinction of the American way of life.
The Nemo Murders - Detectives Nick Greer and Sonny Madison are on the trail of a serial killer who calls himself Nemo. Is he real? Or is it a ploy to mislead the detectives? The list of victims grows as does the list of suspects while the detectives struggle to find the one common denominator to connect them all. Even the most honorable aren't exempt from the effects of vengeance, evil, infidelity, and jealousy that blaze their trail throughout the story, all the way to the shocking conclusion.
The Vein to the Heart - Lt. Nick Greer, Phoenix PD, responds when the mutilated body of his friend and mentor is found floating in a canal. When it becomes apparent there's a serial killer on the loose in his city, he follows meager clues all the way to the East Coast and back. Finally, a trap is set, but not before another close friend goes down. Even Greer himself becomes a victim of the web of infidelity, deception, and murder that weaves its way through this mystery. This whodunit will keep you turning the pages all the way to the startling conclusion.
All the Bishop's Men - Something doesn't seem quite right when Lt. Nick Greer responds to a call of an apparent suicide of a Catholic priest. His gut feelings tell him there may be much more to the priest's death than anyone had imagined. In the midst of all this mayhem, he suddenly finds himself involved in an unexpected romance. Despite increased pressure from his boss, local government officials, and the bishop, Nick follows his instincts, leading him along a trail of murder, terror, and a secret nest of corruption involving high-ranking diocesan officials.
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